mnp317

mnp317 1 year, 4 months ago on Squawk of the Day - Nov. 22, 2012

Thanking God for all that He has done and loving people for who they are! Mark 14:7 reads, "For ye have the poor with you always, and whensoever ye will ye may do them good: but me ye have not always." Just remember that when you die, God is not worrying about social security, your work ethic or the lack thereof, or the President that you elected but what you did while you are yet living here on Earth. (Remember Lazarus!) Be blessed EVERYONE - Republican, Democratic, Independent, purple, hateful, loving, prejudiced or not! Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

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mnp317 1 year, 4 months ago on APD trainee ruled at fault in collision

I won't say what I really wanted to say initially. But of course, accidents don't happen in Albany, GA, where someone should not be held accountable and the city of Albany will not play the blame game, calling for someone's termination or disciplinary action. On another note, I am relieved that everyone is okay and there was no loss of life. Insurance premiums mean nothing. I hope the trainee and officer will get relief at knowing that. Also, I hope the other parties involved are taking good care of themselves.

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mnp317 1 year, 5 months ago on Officer-involved crashes trigger driver training

Cowards. The AP did not even write this. They are looking for a lawsuit. This is what real newspapers reported. BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — State troopers and other law enforcement officers in Georgia are being assigned to brush up on their driving skills after a spate of crashes.

State officials have grown so concerned about the number of accidents caused by emergency vehicles they are instating a mandatory training program, The Brunswick News reported (http://bit.ly/ROZIsv ).

Georgia State Patrol troopers will start receiving annual, four-hour driving courses this month.

Statewide, there were 2,475 crashes involving on-duty officers in 2011, resulting in three deaths and 386 people being injured, according to the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

In the Brunswick area, Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering said his agency has already initiated an annual refresher program. There have been 15 crashes involving county officers so far this year, with the police found at fault in nine of them.

"Improper backing is one common factor, for instance. It is an area where training has and will help," Doering said. "I plan to continue training in all areas to improve safety for officers and citizens alike."

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mnp317 1 year, 5 months ago on Officer-involved crashes trigger driver training

And this article has what to do with APD or him? They didn't make this decision as a result of him alone. So why was he even mentioned?

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mnp317 1 year, 5 months ago on Young talks Voting 101 at ASU

Help one another out and understand your differences. Find common ground

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mnp317 1 year, 5 months ago on Squawk of the Day - Nov. 2, 2012

And stop using their store wheelchairs as toys. You can walk and those chairs have to be recharged for those who need them.

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mnp317 1 year, 6 months ago on Squawk of the day - Oct. 18, 2012

Get BETTER and show people BETTER. Stop being BITTER. There are people that are truly in need. Stop putting your poison online. Get off of the computer and show this generation work ethic if that is truly your concern.

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mnp317 1 year, 6 months ago on Squawk of the day - Oct. 18, 2012

Really, Sally_O? How about the fact that the gas stations on the east side are located right off of the interstate? It has always been that way. Generativity, Sally_O and others with that foolishness! Look it up! This comes from an educated, Black Christian, who has lived on both sides of this city.

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